Highlight News

Crowd Attraction to CAPE Fall Concert Falters

CAPE hosted their Fall Concert in the Athletic Complex Field House on September 16, featuring concert tour group Groove Boston. The set was intended to run from 8-11pm; however, with a late start at 8:40pm, the show proceeded for an hour before attendees dispersed. Doors opened at 7:30pm and guests began trickling in. 260 participants attended out of approximately 290 tickets sold. The show

The Impacts of the Stark Hall Demolition

The Stark Hall demolition project is set to begin on September 19. It will start with the asbestos abasement, which will last for two weeks with minimal impact. Demolition will follow on October 11 and is estimated to be completed by October 24. From October 11 to October 24, walkways surrounding the area will be closed from 8am-4pm on specified days. This includes the
Highlight Letters from the Editors

SETA Annex Shuttle Is A SNHUdent’s Worst Nightmare

With the beginning of the new school year, many students are eager to be back in the classroom. One selling point that SNHU has over other universities is how most classes are within close proximity of each other. Many college students map out their schedules to maximize the amount of sleep that they get in a given night; this usually means waking up five
Arts & Entertainment

Get Ready to Sing at CAPE and Radio SNHU’s Karaoke Night

SNHU campus organizations CAPE and Radio SNHU are set to co-host the first karaoke night of the school year. It will occur in the Last Chapter Pub (the Pub) on Monday, August 29 at 8pm. Karaoke night has always been a hit in the SNHU community, according to CAPE President, Nicholas Gaston ('23). Past events brought a near-full house as everyone went to sing
Highlight News

School of International Engagement Dissolved and Services Transitioned

SNHU executives made the decision to dissolve the School of International Engagement (SIE) and integrate its services into other campus departments. "The services embedded in [the School of International Engagement] are not being eliminated,” said Don Brezinski, Executive Vice President on Campus. "It's more of a functional alignment in where offices can best be served." The three areas initially under the School of International
Letters from the Editors

The Time to Make Campus Feel Like Home is Now

People often grow up aspiring to attend their dream college; the place where they belong. Between watching movies and reading books, people envision themselves in place of the characters living the ‘perfect’ college experience. However, expectations were marred over the past few years. Despite the setbacks, the SNHU community overcame every obstacle and now has a chance for a fresh start. As incoming and

SNHU’s “Hidden Gem” on Campus: The Commuter Lounge

The SNHU community is in the midst of a new school year, once again bringing the campus back to life. Students reunite and regular hangouts on campus become lively again throughout the progression of the semester. The one hangout space that commuter students can call theirs is the commuter lounge located in the Student Center: a place that many call a "hidden gem" on
Highlight News

“Be Prepared” for 2023 Senior Class Trip at the Happiest Place on Earth

SNHU's annual senior class trip is set to take a 'magic carpet ride' to Walt Disney World during spring break. Attendees must be full-time, campus-based undergraduate students set to graduate December 2022, May 2023, or December 2023. After assessing ticket sales for the 2022 senior trip to Universal Studios last year, SNHU switched back to Disney. "This year we planned Universal to try to
Arts & Entertainment Highlight

Feel “Happier” for Olivia Rodrigo’s Seven-Award Win at 2022 BMAs

Rising artist Olivia Rodrigo asserted her influence in the music industry at the Billboard Music Awards on May 15, scoring a total of seven awards. The awards she received include Top New Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist, Top Billboard Global 200 Artist, and Top Billboard 200 Album. Rodrigo gained popularity after releasing her

Stark Hall to be Demolished by Fall Semester

SNHU’s Stark Hall is set to be demolished and replaced by green space by the Fall 2022 semester. Stark Hall was constructed in 1971. Comparing it to modern building standards, “the building type construction [is not] as well built or energy efficient,” according to Lawrence Yassanye, Assistant Director of Capitol Projects. “The value required to sustain the buildings has become unsustainable. The long-term environmental